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Readership: Academics, researchers, and advanced students of Organization Studies, Management Studies, the sociology of work, and Cultural Studies.
Peter Fleming, Professor of Organization Theory, Queen Mary College, University of London
Introduction: Authenticity at Work
1: Towards a 'New' Cultural Politics of Work?
2: Social Labour and the Haemorrhaging Organization
3: Mimesis and the Antinomies of Corporate 'Fun'
4: Cobain as Management Consultant? 'Designer Resistance' and the Corporate Subversive
5: Authenticating the Corporation: Corporate Social Responsibility as Parasite
6: Critique, Co-optation and the Limits of the Corporation
7: Authenticity, Solidarity and Freedom
Conclusion: Authenticity and the Joy of Non-Work